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Last Number: January 2014

University of Notre Dame Law School
ISSN 0745-3515




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Vol. 89 Nbr. 3, January 2014

The unitary executive and the plural judiciary: on the potential virtues of decentralized judicial power.

Abstract through II. Comparative Institutional Advantage, Public Choice, Agency Capture, and the Benefits of Decentralized and Collective Decision Making Within the Federal Judiciary, p. 1021-1058

The unitary executive and the plural judiciary: on the potential virtues of decentralized judicial power.

III. Reconsidering the Costs and Benefits of Decentralizing Judicial Power and Potential Constitutional Means of Creating Greater Concentrations of Federal Judicial Power in Fewer Hands through Conclusion: Decentralized Federal Courts Enhance and Improve the Deliverative Process, with footnotes, p. 1058- 1083

The jurisprudence of union.

Abstract through II. The Constitutional Interest in Union: Other Applications, p. 1085-1116

The jurisprudence of union.

III. Understanding the Jurisprudence of Union through Conclusion, with footnotes, p. 1116-1143

The false promise of fiduciary government.

Abstract through III. The Problem of Intent, p. 1145-1182

The false promise of fiduciary government.

IV. The Problem of Function through Conclusion, with footnotes, p. 1182-1207

Ex-post right, ex-ante wrong.

Alternative liability rule applicability

Tyranny by proxy: state action and the private use of deadly force.

Banking and the social contract.

Introduction through I. History of the Social Contract, p. 1283-1312

Banking and the social contract.

II. Defining the Social Contract through Conclusion, with footnotes, p. 1312-1342

Weathering Wal-Mart.

Pursuing systemic employment discrimination claims following Wal-Mart Stores v. Dukes class action certification failure

The rule of law and the judicial function in the world today.

2013 University of Notre Dame-London Law Centre Lecture

No excuse: the failure of the ICC's article 31 'duress' definition.

International Criminal Court Statute

Protecting more than the front page: codifying a reporter's privilege for digital and citizen journalists.


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